March 2, 2003
A Cairo court has dismissed and rejected the divorce case of Marwa Ibrahim Shaheen against her husband Egyptian singer Hakim and ruled in his favor
A group of literary critics of the theater and their head were forced to submit a group resignation from the Higher Institute of Theater and Arts in Damascus after renowned Syrian actor Jamal Suleiman
Oman Arab Bank recorded a 26 percent net profit increase in 2002 reaching 7.5 million Omani rials compared to six million rials in 2001. OAB’s Board of Directors have recommended the distribution of a
The AM Best insurance rating company has affirmed the financial strength rating of B++ of the Egyptian Reinsurance Company. The affirmation reflects the maintenance of excellent risk-adjusted capital
US-based mining machinery maker Joy Global has filed an arbitration claim against a customer in Egypt in a dispute over the testing of some phosphate mining equipment. At issue is about $15 million.
March 1, 2003
The United Arab Emirates called for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to step down to spare the region war, the first Arab country to do so publicly.
Mohamad Hammoud, one of two Lebanese brothers convicted in Charlotte of conspiring to aid Hizbullah, on Friday was handed what amounts to a life sente
An Egyptian man with purported links to al-Qaeda was killed Saturday in a bomb explosion at Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp, Palestinian an
Arab leaders meeting in Egypt on Saturday will try to forge a unified policy on Iraq they hope can prevent a U.S.-led war.
The high committee, headed by Ambassador Salih Saleem, at the Ninth Cairo International Song Festival in Egypt has honored Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi with an award for best singer
Egyptian actress Yusra is currently undergoing a sever case of depression and sadness since the death of Egyptian actor Alaa Wali El Din
An Islamic oil embargo will be considered as a way of forcing Western nations to prevent a US-led military strike against Iraq, stated Malaysia's Prime Minister who chaired a special meeting of the Or
February 27, 2003
Arab foreign ministers started talks in Egypt on Thursday ahead of an Arab summit aimed at averting war.
Turkey's ruling party said on Thursday it wanted a parliamentary debate on a deal to allow U.S. troops to use Turkey as a launching pad for an attack
Egyptian singer Anoshka is currently preparing for the release of her new album despite a number of difficulties she is facing in finding a production company who is willing to adopt her work